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Celebration at Tarpon Springs Campus

SPC Programs & Events

Via Barbara Fumano (Student Life & Leadership Coordinator)

 On Wed. April 19, Tarpon campus hosted a celebration of 4 different events.

–          Earth Fest Celebration

–          Greek Independence Day Celebration

–          First day of Fall 2017 Registration

–          It’s My Future, Financial Aid workshop

The event was a collaboration between SGA, Student Life & Leadership, Environmental Club, Hellenic Society, Financial Aid, and Advising.

There was delicious Greek food, environmental information and vendors, prizes for those who register for fall classes, a drum circle, Eco-Olympics with trainer Kim Gabriel, and other games and activities!

Advisors and Financial Aid staff were also located in the Career Hub (NU 460) to assist students with career preparation. Students who participated in the It’s My Future event were entered to win a $500 scholarship!

If you’re interested in any of the vendors/volunteer opportunities, contact information follows:

Brooke Hogrefe (Park Services Specialist – Honeymoon Island): brooke.hoerner@dep.state.fl.us

Brooker Creek Preserve (Contact Julia Meyers): 727-453-6812

Fall Scholarship Opportunities: go.spcollege.edu/foundation/scholarships.htm

Hellenic Society of SPC (Contact Pres. Maria Vellianitis): mariavellianitis@gmail.com

Photos by James A. Fuller (Scroll to page 2 to see additional photos)

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Additional photos by Prof. Cindy Kuropas

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